The Dualit Toaster: The Very Best Toaster in the World!

I don't write very many reviews because I'm not a copywriter. However, when I find a product that is excellent I like to tell other people about it. One such product is the Dualit Toaster. I have had many toasters in my lifetime but the Dualit Toaster will be the last toaster I will ever buy.


What Makes the Dualit Toaster so great?


One of the reasons I purchased the Dualit Toaster is because I was sick and tired of buying toaster and having them not work after awhile. When I wake up in the morning the last thing I want to do is fight with a toaster, I'm half asleep and all I want is a piece of toast! OK, a cup of coffee too but that's all! It seems that every single toaster I've ever bought stopped working correctly. It was like little elves came in and switched the settings on my toast so that it either burnt or didn't toast the toast. Then I would push down on the lever only to have the toaster argue with me by pushing the untoasted toast back up. I was fed up!


So I went to my nearby appliance store and bought the Dualit toaster. Yes, it was expensive, but the Dualit toaster has a lifetime guarantee so if anything happens to it they will fix it and send it back to you. It is handmade in Great Britain and if there is one thing the British know, it's their toast (that's about all they can cook but that's another story).


Every Dualit Toaster toasts the toast perfectly. It even toasts one side of the toast a little more so that when you butter it, it doesn't become soggy. If you want the toast toasted more than usual it doesn't argue with you, it doesn't pop back up. I love the Dualit Toaster! It has a very simple turn dial and it will even keep the toast warm for you until you are ready for it.


I know it's expensive but it isn't really that expensive when you consider that it will be the last toaster you will ever have to buy. Hell, you could probably pass it down to your grand-kids that thing is made so well. Not only are they made well but they are so darn cute. I never really thought appliances were that cute but it's cute.


I hope you are fortunate enough to have a Dualit toaster because if you are it's the last toaster you will ever have to buy!


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rpalulis 5 years ago from NY

This Dualit toaster is very impressive! I love the bagel feature, and crumb tray. Nice Hub!


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

Thanks...do you have one? I love mine.


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rpalulis 5 years ago from NY

No I do not have one but after reading this hub and watching the video makes me want to buy one today. I also like the feature that you can pop the toast back up to check to see if its ready or not and if not slide it back down and it will automatically presume toasting without reseting the length of time. Very cool! I'm jealous and wish I had one.


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Mimi721wis 5 years ago

That's appears to be quite a toaster Brie. Glad you are enjoying yours.


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

It's great. I just got so sick and tired of fighting with toasters :) Uno how they wont go back down, I almost through one out the window!


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Saint Anthony 5 years ago from New Hampshire

Dear Brie, The Dualit toaster is made in England from primarily Chinese components..........................."globally sourced parts" the euphemism for Made in China.

I have a Fostoria model 65 Y made in Boonville Missouri

by the McGraw Electric Company in 1967.The toast comes out just like you want it after the 1st adjustment.

I bought it 5 years ago at my local Goodwill store for $3.50. Buy American high quality for pennies on the dollar at you local thrift store!!!!!!!!!


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

I never heard of it. And regarding parts made in China...if that is a problem then you probably wouldn't buy ANYTHING anymore because EVERYTHING has something made in China these days.


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Saint Anthony 5 years ago from New Hampshire

I never buy new unless I have to. No Chinese parts on my boat whatsoever, and I don't drive a car.

I have Japanese computers and cameras..... Made in Japan is a good thing nowadays.


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

Well, what I would do if I were you is to scour Craigslist and see if someone is selling one of these..you'll find one eventually and probably for a very good price.


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Saint Anthony 5 years ago from New Hampshire

http://longisland.craigslist.org/app/2202176902.ht...

None in New England.............

Have a great day.


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

There ya go!


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Saint Anthony 5 years ago from New Hampshire


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

Two separate ads.


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crystolite 5 years ago from Houston TX

I feel you each time.Your write ups are superb and alwaya informative.


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Brie Hoffman 5 years ago from Manhattan Author

Thanks Crystolite


ladylucas94 4 years ago

I'm in the market for a toaster since my gave out. This one seems nice but pricey .


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Brie Hoffman 4 years ago from Manhattan Author

It is..but in my opinion it is totally worth it since you'll never have to buy another toaster again! I've had mine for almost 10 years and I just love it. You asked in some fan mail whether you could substitute olive oil for lard in the tortillas, I've never tried it but why don't you try and see how it turns out..let us know. Thanks for commenting.


ladylucas94 4 years ago

Okay I try since I do my best to avoid pork products ! I will rejoin this hub I need to learn how to post my fist hub I share the same similarities and interest that's strange how I came across this site sine I never heard of a Hub forum before !

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